Student wins award from Docklands bomb victims
A campaign group set up by victims of the Canary Wharf bomb has recognised a teenage student for her work in combating terrorism.
Hunna Ihsan, 16, of Marymount International School in west London, has been working with campaigners at the Docklands Victims Association for the past year and a half.
On Wednesday she was presented with a trophy for "outstanding services to humanity". She also received a £1,000 grant from the association.
The DVA president Jonathan Ganesh (pictured above with Hunna) said: "Hunna and all our volunteers are wonderful as they support the victims and their families and have also contributed to preventing the spread of global terrorism.
"By working together with all religions and creeds we can ensure that terrorism will not prevail."
Hunna is a youth leader at the DVA group, which offers support to victims of terror.
It was set up after the IRA bomb attack on Canary Wharf in 1996, which killed two men and injured dozens of others.
Hunna said: "I'm very pleased to receive this award. The DVA does great work in helping victims of terrorist violence and by bring people together from all religious backgrounds."